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Dual Enrollment Students in Florida and New York City: Postsecondary Outcomes

Karp, Melinda Jane Mechur; Calcagno, Juan Carlos; Hughes, Katherine Lee; Jeong, Dong Wook; Bailey, Thomas R.

This Brief summarizes a study conducted by the Community College Research Center (CCRC) that was designed to fill that research gap. Our investigation sought to assess the effectiveness of dual enrollment programs in promoting high school graduation and postsecondary achievement. We examined the influence of dual enrollment program participation on students in the State of Florida and in New York City, compared to students who did not participate, with a specific focus in both locations on CTE students. In Florida, we also considered all student participants. Our study provides evidence suggesting that dual enrollment is an effective strategy for encouraging postsecondary success for all students, including those in CTE programs.

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Academic Units
Community College Research Center
Publisher
Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University
Series
CCRC Brief, 37
Published Here
March 6, 2013
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